Thanks for the reply as well as investigating the issue. I see that I could re-upload the courses I’d love to study and manage it myself, but there are concerns:
- I might lose my progress on that course
- Not giving a proper credit (what is the course’s license, btw ) to the course’s original author, though maybe I could set it as unlisted, however,
- Other users cannot create mems on top of the re-uploaded, unlisted courses.
Notifying the maintainer might be the best way. I checked the German community for the course, yet there is no maintainer set for this course here: https://decks.memrise.com/course/781112/advanced-colloquial-german-c1-c2/. Unsure how I could contact the author, since (s)he seems to have no Memrise Community Page: https://community.memrise.com/u/xmrsexydragonslayerx6969.
With that being said, is there any way to ignore corrupted parts of the course and proceed with the download? I tried a third party, Anki-style app that has import & download feature from Memrise decks here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.MemorionSoft.MemorionV2&hl=en and the app manage to download it for offline use. I am somewhat optimistic that this can be solved.
And thanks for your works at Memrise. Community-based courses might be varied in quality, yet for users like me, it is one of the best features of memrise compared to its competitors.